Ramdas Bhandarkar (Madikeri)
What I Doubt About, Proves İtself!
Though I doubt existence of gods,
gods prove themselves on dark days,
harsh moments, like stars prove themselves on dark sky.
Though I doubt existence of government,
government proves itself through offices
like watchful millions of eyes, millions of ears.
I doubt existence of winged angels,
but many prove themselves angels
hiding their wings, they fly to help needy ones.
I doubt the unknown caring hands exist,
but caring hands prove themselves through
mother, father, teacher, brother, sister
and even though look strange, through a stranger too.
All I doubt now is existence of own ego
but it proves itself, as root cause
of all doubts, all thoughts, all menaces.
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